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Brad

I’ve worked for a lot of companies over the last 25 years.  Company sizes ranged from a handful of employees to well over a hundred, and you learn the hard way that every company is different.  There always seems to be at least one department that is…

I’ve worked for a lot of companies over the last 25 years.  Company sizes ranged from a handful of employees to well over a hundred, and you learn the hard way that every company is different.  There always seems to be at least one department that is difficult to work with.  It’s either unqualified managers making life unbearable, departments butting heads with each other, people that are hard to work with, poor communication, getting thrown under the bus for no reason, etc.  I spent many years waking up in the morning and dreading to go to work, but the overtime was there and the money was too good to walk away from.  I’ve been at Wisconsin Oven for 2+ years and I can honestly say that I have never been happier to go to work.  I’m not just a number, I’m part of something.  Everyone is down to earth, hardworking and fun to work with.  The company itself treats the employees very good.  They have a Work of Champions program were every month anywhere from one person to whole departments get a bonus for going above and beyond.  Catered lunches and early dismissal on Fridays are common rewards for the company doing well.  Christmas parties and summer picnics that are just too awesome & fun to even explain.  Presidents, VP’s and managers slapping your back, thanking you and telling you that you’re doing a great job is a very rare thing in my experiences, but it happens here.  I’ve had it bad and I know when I have it good, and I have it pretty good right now.  I only wish that I would have crossed paths with Wisconsin Oven sooner.

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Amanda

On April 1st 2013 I was hired at Wisconsin Oven, the largest company I have ever worked for. Having come from very small, family-run companies to a 100+ employee multi-building campus was a little intimidating and scary. On day one I was given a mentor,…

On April 1st 2013 I was hired at Wisconsin Oven, the largest company I have ever worked for. Having come from very small, family-run companies to a 100+ employee multi-building campus was a little intimidating and scary. On day one I was given a mentor, she showed me around and introduced me to everyone from upper management to welders to the IT guy and everyone was so excited! In the months following I attended the Picnic at Brewers stadium, the monthly employee rallies, the Work of Champions luncheons, the Christmas party  etc. and I am always impressed by the generosity Wisconsin Oven shows its employees. They truly care about the people who work here and also the people in the community! I am proud and blessed to work for a man like Dave Strand and to be recognized and rewarded like a Champion! 

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Linda

The founder of Wisconsin Oven Corporation, Henry Kubicki, was fond of saying, “You are never more than a few feet away from something that was manufactured in a Wisconsin Oven.”  I have been a Wisconsin Oven employee for over 15 years and many of my co-…

The founder of Wisconsin Oven Corporation, Henry Kubicki, was fond of saying, “You are never more than a few feet away from something that was manufactured in a Wisconsin Oven.”  I have been a Wisconsin Oven employee for over 15 years and many of my co-workers have been here much longer.   It is a non-unionized company that provides competitive wages and great benefits including health insurance, paid vacations, bonus programs, as well as several company sponsored events.  As Project Coordinator I am the main contact for the customer after the sale.  I work closely with all departments (sales, engineering, production, quality assurance, and accounting) in order to provide the greatest experience possible for our customers.  Clients often tell me how impressed they are with the work ethic and support here at Wisconsin Oven. I believe this is why we have been in business for over 40 years. We are a close knit, hardworking family and we treat each other with great respect.   I came to Wisconsin Oven in 1998 in search of a job  - I stay because it is now my home. 

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Patty

This is really the best company to work for. Great people and excellent benefits. I was lucky to spend 17 years at Wisconsin Oven before relocating to Tucson AZ. Although I am enjoying better weather, I will never enjoy better people than the ones who work…

This is really the best company to work for. Great people and excellent benefits. I was lucky to spend 17 years at Wisconsin Oven before relocating to Tucson AZ. Although I am enjoying better weather, I will never enjoy better people than the ones who work at Wisconsin Oven Corporation. Thanks WOC, miss you.

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Jennifer

What is your vision of success? Is it having the opportunity to wake up every morning and look forward to going to work? That’s mine, and I am fortunate enough to live it through Wisconsin Oven Corporation.

When I started with this company in July…

What is your vision of success? Is it having the opportunity to wake up every morning and look forward to going to work? That’s mine, and I am fortunate enough to live it through Wisconsin Oven Corporation.

When I started with this company in July of 2012, I had no idea the level of innovation, intelligence and integrity I would have the pleasure of working with on a daily basis. I soon found out how lucky I truly am. What I like best about Wisconsin Oven Corporation is how focused it is on its people. I have a lot of freedom to set my goals and work towards them. Ideas are always welcomed and innovation is encouraged. I have learned a lot from the smart and dedicated people that work here. Wisconsin Oven Corporation recognizes and prides employees, which is evident during Champion Chants at our monthly meetings, company luncheons and the opportunity to be the Champion of the month. When you work hard at Wisconsin Oven Corporation, it does not go unnoticed.

Wisconsin Oven Corporation  has enlightened me on what an employer should be. From great benefits, approachable management, caring coworkers, opportunities to travel and a corporation that gives back, to their employees and the community, what else could you ask for? I am proud to say I work for Wisconsin Oven Corporation and look forward to the new and innovative challenges I will face with them in the future.

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Sean

I graduated from high school in 2011 and was unsure about my next step.  I bounced around a few different jobs that were not very satisfying in addition to not paying very well.  I was fortunate enough to get a job at Wisconsin Oven in February of 2013. …

I graduated from high school in 2011 and was unsure about my next step.  I bounced around a few different jobs that were not very satisfying in addition to not paying very well.  I was fortunate enough to get a job at Wisconsin Oven in February of 2013.  Although I was new to the job, I had done similar work at a different company so I was expecting the same work environment.  In short order, I found out that my initial expectations of being “the new guy” were unfounded.  They welcomed me on their team and wanted me to succeed.  The mindset was if I succeeded, they succeeded, and Wisconsin Oven succeeded.  Wisconsin Oven really does have the feeling of family; from our president on down.  Mr. Strand (CEO/President) walks through and knows everybody by their first name.  Individuals are recognized at company luncheons for their “Work of Champions” and success is measured as a team effort.  Work is called work for a reason, but the people at Wisconsin Oven are what make the difference and what make it enjoyable and rewarding.

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